On January 31st, the Xiaomi 14 Ultra made an appearance on the Geekbench benchmarking website with the model number 24030PN60G, codenamed “aurora”. It achieved an impressive single-core score of 9317 and a multi-core score of 26523.
A closer look at the table reveals that the Xiaomi 14 Ultra will be powered by the Snapdragon 8Gen3 chip, with a base frequency of 2.26 GHz and 16GB of RAM. However, it’s important to note that these benchmark scores may seem exaggerated, as they were tested on the early version of Geekbench 4, not the current Geekbench 6.
According to previous reports, the Xiaomi 14 Ultra’s configuration also includes a large 5180mAh battery, supporting 90W wired fast charging and 50W wireless fast charging. Additionally, it may come with an under-display ultrasonic fingerprint technology and a curved quad-curved screen.
In terms of imaging, the Xiaomi 14 Ultra will feature four rear cameras, including a 50MP primary camera, a 50MP ultra-wide-angle camera, a 3.2x telephoto lens, and a 5x telephoto lens. The primary camera will use the Sony LYT900 sensor, an upgraded version of IMX989, with a 1-inch large sensor, making it Sony’s most powerful 1-inch primary camera to date. Moreover, the camera will also support DCG dual conversion gain, with an adjustable aperture range between f/1.6 and f/4.0.
It is reported that the Xiaomi 14 Ultra is expected to be released at the end of February. More information about the Xiaomi 14 Ultra will have to await the official announcement.
Editor’s Note: Presently, most of the Xiaomi 14 Ultra’s specifications have been revealed. From a hardware perspective, this phone can be considered a flagship device with almost no shortcomings. We look forward to Xiaomi delivering equally pleasant surprises in terms of software optimization. The official release of the Xiaomi 14 Ultra is eagerly awaited, and we believe it will bring users a completely new user experience.